Stevens' handbook of experimental psychology
Steven Yantis, Harold E. Pashler, Douglas Medin
Wiley, Mar 7, 2002 - Medical
A fully updated, indispensable edition of the most reputable resource available in the field.
* Written by the leading contributors in experimental psychology.
* Expanded to include in-depth material on methodology, behavioral genetics, and more.
* Offers four volumes--Volume 1: Sensation and Perception; Volume 2: Memory and Cognitive Processes; Volume 3: Learning, Motivation, and Emotion; and Volume 4: Methodology in Experimental Psychology.
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